GOVERNMENTS OF GREATER EUROPEAN POWERS, a Comparative Study of the Governments and Political Culture of Great Britain, France, Germany, and the Soviet Union,

By: Herman Finer

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GOVERNMENTS OF GREATER EUROPEAN POWERS, a Comparative Study of the Governments and Political Culture of Great Britain, France, Germany, and the Soviet Union, by Herman Finer
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Methuen & Co, London, 1957. hardcover (lacks jacket). Book in GOOD condition. Here is Herman Finer's 'snapshot' of political processes in Europe, based on official documents and contemporary secondary works, written simply with abundant cases to exhibit the active operation of the political laws and customs, to help the reader to active-minded study. A powerful writer, who presents his data interestingly and abundantly. Packed book weighs 2.25Kgs (4.5lbs), expect higher shipping.

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